Mikhail Rojkov is a BA graduate in Fashion design at HEAD–Genève, involved in sustainability. In September 2020, he joined the research-based Master’s program CCC, where he is studying socially engaged art practices while pursuing critical research around the fashion system considering his concerns for the climate crisis. He is convinced that fashion is a gateway to understand societal issues of today and tomorrow. His areas of interest include degrowth theory, (craft-) hacktivism, and investigative journalism.
Radical acts of love
In addition to being one of the world’s most polluting industries, fashion subjects its workers to some of the most degrading working conditions. In the face of these abuses, consumer mobilisation remains…
Other Monuments Should Stay: Resistance in Squats and Counter-Cultural Spaces in Geneva
By Vanessa Cimorelli, Joséphine Devaud, Daniela Gutiérrez-González, Lorelei Regamey and Mikhail Rojkov
For 25 years, Geneva benefited from a squat scene that was rich and crucial, both socially and culturally. The squats were occupied under various legal arrangements, defying real-estate speculation. The authors of…